Statistical Estimation and Detection
Data Representation and Denoising
Graph and Topological Data Analysis
Image Analysis and Computer Vision
Geometric Methods in Vision
Stochastic Analysis in Vision
Machine Learning and AI
Subspace Learning and Nonlinear Modeling
Adversarial Learning and Next Generation Learning
Multi-Modal Sensing and Fusion
VISSTA Mission Statement
Combining our best effort with our best skills to contribute to the well being of all on earth, and to work for a safe environment to protect us from ourselves.
Our Research Laboratory focuses on applied problems in Data Science with vision/imaging as primary applications, as well as Smart Sensing and Intelligent Learning and Exploitation. Our formal approach to problems is motivated by our focus on fundamentals rather than “symptoms”. Much of our research is rooted in Analysis, Geometry, Topology and Probability/Statistics with inspiration from Biology and Philosophy.
Dr. H. Krim is back on a full-time basis (starting Sept. 1, 2022) on campus following his Research Program Management position at Army Research Office (US Dept. of Defense).